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A large bearded dragon lizard catching the spring sunshine and living dangerously.

There were several kites and a wedge-tailed eagle patrolling the neighborhood but this sun-worshipper remained perched in his tree top for several hours without becoming a meal.

Bearded Dragons are fairly common in Outback Australia and while it’s not unusual the see them in trees, they are more often seen on the ground.

The lizard is able to change colour to fit in with its surrounds too. A handy talent.

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  • Anonymous says:

    This is an excellent natural history shot. I'm sure the dragon lovers out there would like an A2 printed for their walls. Really enjoy looking at your superb pics, keep-up the good work. Michele